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As part of the UK’s activities for tackling antimicrobial resistance and in particular ahead of World Antibiotic Awareness Week (November each year) and European Antibiotic Awareness Day (18 November) healthcare students and pre-registration professionals are invited to become Antibiotic Guardian Champions. Earn your badge by completing the following tasks and sharing your evidence.
Issuer:Know Your Health
  1. Task 1 Become and Antibiotic Guardian

    Click here to choose a simple pledge and become an antibiotic guardian.

    Evidence
    Provide the Url of your share on social media "I am an antibiotic guardian...." Here is a prompt to share once you become an AG. If you are not on social media - Post a screenshot of the email you receive after pledging. Email Subject will be: Thank you for your pledge to be an Antibiotic Guardian.

    Don't forget to share actively via social media platforms. Add the hashtags #AntibioticGuardian (& if space #AGCStudents) to your posts.

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  2. Task 2 Register to lead an activity

    Register to lead an activity during World Antibiotic Awareness Week.

    Examples include:

    • Setting up a stand (fresher’s fair)
    • Showing the Antibiotic Guardian video and website pre-lectures and encouraging students to pledge (seek permission from lecturer first) the video is 2 minutes long and pledging takes less than 4 minutes
    • Giving a presentation (e.g. pre-lecture)
    • Contact the school nurse in your local school and jointly educate children or interview the school nurse and Submit a video of your interview or joint activity; Record it as a podcast using the OBA App or write up the questions and answers with photos about what they said in the interview and what you learned about health services.
    • Promoting their campaign (with presentation)
    • Joining and promoting the twitter chat
    • Peer education; The E-bug peer-education package can be used to help educate you and give you the tools to teach other students or members of the public.

    Evidence
    Copy and paste the automated email you receive after registering as evidence (Tip - click done to generate automated email)

    Don't forget to share actively via social media platforms. Add the hashtags #AntibioticGuardian (& if space #AGCStudents) to your posts.

  3. Task 3 e-Learning

    Complete the short national Level 1 e-learning module on tackling antimicrobial resistance from Health Education England. after clicking the link, select “open access session” on the left hand side bar on the screen. A new page will open and prompt you to press play.

    Evidence
    Upload a screenshot of your self-assessment results page once you have completed the e-learning programme.

    Don't forget to share actively via social media platforms. Add the hashtags #AntibioticGuardian (& if space #AGCStudents) to your posts.

  4. Task 4 Run your campaign during WAAW and post pics

    During November and especially during World Antibiotic Awareness Week (14- 20 November), lead activities to share Antibiotic Guardian in your university or with colleagues. See task 2 for a reminder of some of the activities you can complete. You will find a 'how to guide' and a range of resources to use for your campaign here.

    Evidence
    Upload a picture of yourself/ display stand/colleagues signing up to become Antibiotic Guardians etc during one of the activities you lead during WAAW OR produce a short video/podcast using the OBA app of your key learning.

    Don't forget to share actively via social media platforms. Add the hashtags #AntibioticGuardian (& if space #AGCStudents) to your posts..

  5. Task 5 Reflection

    After WAAW; submit a short abstract (250 words) by 31st January 2018 about activities including key results eg how many students you engaged with; number times video shown in lectures etc and pictures/videos taken during activities. The shortlisted entries will be invited to submit for the Antibiotic Guardian Awards in June 2018

    2017 winners will be announced at the first national AMR student conference on 18 November: http://www.antibioticguardian.com/Meetings/students-amr-conference-2017/

    Don't forget to share actively via social media platforms. Add the hashtags #AntibioticGuardian (& if space #AGCStudents) to your posts.

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